HSR Layout, Bangalore
* Integration developers wishing to learn to develop in Mule.
* Related roles such as architects and solution consultants, so long as they meet the prerequisite development background described under Prerequisites below.
This course goes through the usage of integration technologies and development on Mule. Its primary language basis is in XML, Java, and Spring. As a course it does not cover how to develop in Java or Spring, only how they are used in Mule. Participants should have the following:
* Working knowledge of Java is preferred, familiarity with at least one object-oriented programming language is required, and a couple months of on-the-job experience is recommended
* Basic understanding of data formats such as XML, CSV, JSON
*Basic understanding of typical integration technologies, such as HTTP, JMS, JDBC, REST, and SOAP
* Attending the Intro to Mule Fundamentals short eLearning course beforehand is suggested.
Some courses have been given to .NET environments. While these have been successful, it is more challenging for the participants to go from .NET to Java in Mule. It's recommended that if the primary language is .NET based, then developers should take a primer on Java before the course.
At the end of Anypoint Platform Essentials training course, participants will learn
*How to develop in Mule Studio, ESB, and CloudHub, so that you can have confidence to tackle any integration scenario, whether on-premise, cloud-based, or hybrid.
*How to connect to both SaaS and on-premise applications
* How to debug applications quickly and effectively
*Ways of developing integration solutions with common transports such as HTTP and JDBC
*Building REST and SOAP web services quickly and easily
*Creating custom Java components to process business logic
*Working with deploying applications with the Mule Management Console and CloudHub
*Using DataMapper, our graphical data mapping tool
Past participants in this training have dramatically increased their confidence in working with Mule. The training is progressive: labs and exercises will build on previous work, so it’s important that developers are able to attend the entire training.
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